How Three-Way Switches Work Three-Way Lights

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• Special Romex wire that has an extra red insulated wire along with the black and white wires within the sheath A normal switch has two terminals that are either connected or disconnected. A three-way switch has three terminals, and the switch connects the first terminal to either the second or the third terminal, as shown here:

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How Three-Way Switches Work Three-Way LightsTo create lights that operate with two separate switches, the electrician uses two special pieces of equipment in the circuit: Special switches known as three-way switches Special Romex wire that has an extra red insulated wire along with the black and white wires within the sheath A normal switch has two terminals that are either connected or disconnected. A three-way switch has three terminals, and the switch connects the first terminal to either the second or the third terminal, as shown here: In a normal switch, the two terminals are either

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